55 "Vietnamese" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Slammers is a quiet Vietnamese cafe in Beverly Grove with a back patio ideal for getting some work done.
Crustacean is an old, legacy Vietnamese restaurant in Beverly Hills with excellent garlic noodles.
My Dung Sandwich Shop is where you go for delicious and affordable bánh mì in Chinatown.
Blossom, a self-described “Vietnamese noodle shop of sorts,’” Atwater Village location is great for a cold, blustery LA day (under 70 degrees).
If you come to Viet Noodle Bar in Atwater Village and you don't order the tumeric fish noodle, you didn't come to Viet Noodle Bar.
Moon Rabbit is a Grand Central Market stall that sells boba teas and cute little snacks.
Vinh Loi Tofu in Reseda makes vegan versions of Vietnamese classics like banh mi and bun thit nuong.
KG Bakery has been selling cakes and Vietnamese pastries in Echo Park since 1980.
Blossom’s Chinatown location is a great option for Vietnamese food, serving one of favorite bowls of phở tái (rare steak).
Thien Huong is a Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown’s Far East Plaza serving solid bowls of bun bo hue.
Pho Saigon Republic is a Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown with some of the strongest coffee in the neighborhood.
Da Lat Rose is a Vietnamese tasting-menu experience above the legendary Crustacean in Beverly Hills.
Thuyen Vien is a Vietnamese restaurant in Anaheim with tremendous vegetarian options.
When we’re looking for Vietnamese in the SGV, Pho Ga District is our go-to every time.